While Eskom has reported no major disruptions due to Tropical Storm Eloise, it did say possible flooding could paint a different picture.
This is the real deal: SAWS has issued its most severe alert for South Africa – a Level 10 weather warning – as Tropical Storm Eloise intensifies on Sunday.
Wind and rain conditions are escalating as tropical storm Eloise approaches Beira, Mozambique. Here’s what you need to know.
As Tropical Storm Eloise continues to wreak havoc in Mozambique, it will soon make landfall in some parts of SA.
After it tears through regions of Mozambique, the latest forecast suggests that Tropical Storm Eloise will bring a deluge of rainfall to SA this weekend.
Several countries on the continent are bracing for the intense impact of Tropical Storm Eloise – and South Africa isn’t exactly out of harm’s way.
Conditions are set to take a turn for the extreme on Tuesday afternoon, as weather warnings have been issued for a number of districts and provinces.
The SA weather service issued alerts for storms leading to hail and localised flooding across four provinces in South Africa on 28 November.
The SA weather service issued alerts for storms leading to hail and localised flooding in Johannesburg on 27 November 2020.
It’s going to be a miserable Tuesday for many provinces in SA, after Yellow L2 weather warnings painted a grim picture for Gauteng and its neighbours.
The South African Weather Service have warned of more severe weather in several parts of the country on Sunday 22 November
A severe storm, strong winds and heavy rainfall have led to the collapse of a Vereeniging petrol station, leaving vehicles partly smashed.
The SA weather service issued alerts for storms leading to hail and localised flooding across five provinces on 11 November 2020.
Following a thunderstorm warning, parts of Gauteng have been plagued with floods, strong winds and severe bouts of lightning.
The SAWS warn that an upper-air cut-off low is positioned as the main driver “of a spell of rainy and thundery weather across much of South Africa” in the days ahead.
A “large storm is sweeping southern Gauteng, moving towards Johannesburg”. Here’s what we know.
The SAWS warns of a heat wave that will last from Sunday 18 October 2020 through to Tuesday 20 October 2020.
The new weather warning system will change the current threshold-based warnings into impact-based warnings.
A man and woman, both in their 30s, died after being struck by lightning in separate incidents
Motorists have been urged to drive with caution as adverse weather in Gauteng leads to flash flooding and reduced visibility.
The South African Weather Service issued several alerts for severe thunderstorms leading to hail and localised flooding in Johannesburg on Monday, 5 October 2020.
The South African Weather Service has warned of low level flooding in parts of Johannesburg
We’ve collected all the official weather alerts in one place. From thunderstorms and flooding to heavy downpours and gale-force winds, here’s what you need to know.
We’ve got another chilly day ahead, and more icy temperatures are expected throughout Tuesday: Here’s where weather records have been broken this week.
Earlier today, the KwaZulu-Natal Department of COGTA shared photos of the devastation caused by yesterday’s weather conditions.